Delaware golf course set to reopen

19 January 2012 09:27

America has some of the finest players and courses in the world and Delaware's Cliff Park Inn could be set to rejoin them if new management is found

America has some of the finest players and courses in the world and Delaware's Cliff Park Inn could be set to rejoin them if new management is found

A historic hotel and golf course in Delaware, USA is looking for new owners as the National Park Service announces plans to seek a new lease for its operation.

The historic Cliff Park Inn and Golf Course is situated in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, a protected 40 mile stretch of the Delaware River. National Park staff have completed assessments of the facility and are now preparing a Request for Proposals for its management and operation.

The course is located in a beautiful landscape where the Middle Delaware River cuts through the area's low forested mountains to form the famed "Water Gap". The reservation area is also home to several significant Native American archaeological sites.

Golfers could soon be able to enjoy this fantastic setting once again should the National Park Service find new management swiftly for the Inn. If you are thinking of booking a golfing holiday, whether to Delaware or elsewhere, travel insurance can be tailored to your activity, making sure any injuries suffered are covered so you're not left stranded.

 

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